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17 June 2008

conference

Campaign for a new workers' party

Conference

Sunday 29 June 11am - 5pm
South Camden Community School, Charrington Street, London NW1
Nearest stations - Kings Cross & St Pancras, Euston, Mornington Crescent

Speakers confirmed so far include:

Bob Crow, RMT general secretary
Dave Nellist, Campaign for a New Workers' Party national chair
John McInally, PCS vice president
Simeon Andrews, Labour Representation Committee secretary
Rob Hoveman, Respect co-ordinating committee
Dave Church, Walsall Democratic Labour Party
Mike Davies, Alliance for Green Socialism chair

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15 June 2008

Campaign for a new workers' party

TONY BLAIR and his coterie live in a fantasy world. Blair is now one of the most hated prime ministers in history, yet his closest advisers have drawn up a plan for him to depart after May 2007, saying that "he needs to go with the crowds wanting more." Hannah Sell writes.

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11 June 2008

Come to the Campaign for a New Workers' Party Conference

At the rally for the national TUC lobby of Parliament on public-sector pay on 9 June, the loudest applause was given to those general secretaries who called on unions to coordinate industrial action on pay across the public sector to increase our pressure on the New Labour government, writes Katrine Williams, PCS DWP Wales secretary, personal capacity.

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11 June 2008

Usdaw needs a fighting leadership

Socialist Party member Robbie Segal is standing for general secretary of the shop and distribution workers' union USDAW. The Socialist recently interviewed her...

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3 June 2008

New Labour's failures: Don't just get angry, get active

Grodon Brown meltdown. Cartoon on cover of Socialism Today, June 2008, by Suz

Grodon Brown meltdown. Cartoon on cover of Socialism Today, June 2008, by Suz



LABOUR ARE hated - it's official! A YouGov poll last week put them at their most unpopular since opinion polling began in 1943. Then, Labour was soon to introduce the NHS and the welfare state. That Labour Party is gone forever, writes Tom Baldwin.

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28 May 2008

Build A New Workers' Party

Teachers strike on 24 April 2008, photo Paul Mattsson

The fight for a new workers party is urgent - teachers strike on 24 April 2008, photo Paul Mattsson


Labour, Tories, LibDems ...they're all the same! "Et tu, Crewe?" Gordon Brown might have muttered to himself as the knife of another electoral drubbing sank into his back, writes Greg Maughan, Campaign for a New Workers' Party.

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28 May 2008

Crewe and Nantwich 'no-win' by-election: Why New Labour lost

New Labour sunk to a new low in the Crewe and Nantwich by-election last week, writes Jim Cessford, former Crewe socialist activist.

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28 May 2008

I told my union: "We need a new workers' party"

THE TRADE union, Unite, recently wrote to its members "to determine your thoughts on how you think the country is being run". Campaign for a New Workers' Party supporter Colin Trousdale returned this response...

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28 May 2008

Westminster parties are remote from life

THE START of the week and the same pressure begins. From behind a bank of screens a worker mutters: "So they want us to become bloody monarchists now?" Steve Wootton writes.

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21 May 2008

International discussion on the way forward for socialists

London, Wales, Sheffield, Merseyside reports: IN AN inspiring rally, 120 people from across London were treated to a first hand account of the political movement in France in 1968 from Marie-Josť Douet.

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21 May 2008

D-I-V-O-R-C-E

BIG BOOKIES Ladbroke's, who are used to divorcing punters from their cash, recently opened a book on which 'celebrity couple' will be first to get a divorce...

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21 May 2008

Give us back our Post Office!

Postman Pat joins the CWU picket line in East London during a CWU strike, photo Naomi Byron

Postman Pat joins the CWU picket line in East London during a CWU strike, photo Naomi Byron

ON 14 May, the postal workers' branch of the CWU union in Coventry organised a wreath-laying ceremony at Coventry's crown post office at Hertford Street which, like 70 others, has been privatised in a deal with WH Smith...

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21 May 2008

Campaign for a New Workers' Party conference

Campaign for a New Workers' Party (CNWP) conference 2008

Sunday 29 June, 10am-5pm

South Camdem Community School, Charrington Street, London NW1. (nearest rail/tube stations - Kings Cross/St Pancras, Euston, Mornington Crescent)

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7 May 2008

Come to the 2008 Campaign for a New Workers' Party conference

May Day greetings from the Campaign for a New Workers' Party: Conference Sunday 29 June 10am-5pm

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16 April 2008

Campaign for a New Workers Party - conference 2008

Sunday 29 June 10am - 5pm. South Camden Community School, Charrington Street, London NW1 (nearest Rail/Tube stations - Kings Cross/St Pancras, Euston, Mornington Crescent)

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2 April 2008

Teachers vote to strike

In brief: Teachers' union NUT members have voted 3:1 to strike on 24 April over pay. The government are trying to force through a below-inflation pay rise, angering...

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26 March 2008

Workers' flame burning brightly in Liverpool

AT LEAST 120 people attended the successful first film-debate organised by Merseyside Campaign for a New Workers' Party (CNWP) on 19 March, writes Clara Paillard, event organiser, Merseyside CNWP.

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19 March 2008

Building a campaigning, fighting socialist party

Informed by discussions on likely political developments, worldwide and in Britain, the Socialist Party congress also examined what these mean for us organisationally in the session on 'building the Socialist party', writes Paula Mitchell, London Socialist Party secretary

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1 March 2008

New mass workers' party

The struggle to create a mass independent political voice for the working class is the most important task we face in this period...

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27 February 2008

Building the Campaign for a New Workers' Party

Campaign for a New Workers

Campaign for a New Workers' Party conference 2007, photo Paul Mattsson

Debate: Pete McLaren, national secretary of the Socialist Alliance and press officer of the Campaign for a New Workers Party (CNWP), joins the debate began by PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka in The Socialist newspaper.

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